Monthly Archives: July 2010

Mylett makes the most of Bay State Games

Boston Latin School pitcher Brian Mylett takes the sign during the Bay State Games. Photo courtesy of Bay State Games.

By Betsey di Bonaventura

When Brian Mylett threw a no hitter on opening day this spring for Boston Latin School he followed his personal motto: Pitch as if no one was watching. That was a little harder to do while pitching in front of college and pro scouts at the Bay State Summer Games this month.

“I try to play the same no matter who is watching,” said the 17-year-old who tossed the no hitter against Boston Latin Academy in April.

The Dorchester native managed to pitch four innings in two contests for the Metro team in the Bay State Games without giving up a single run, including three scoreless relief innings to cement a win against Central.

“It’s a great opportunity to be able to play in front of that many coaches and possibly get the chance to play at the next level,” Mylett said.

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DeSouto eligible for parole in October 2011

Former English High hoops star Alex DeSouto was sentenced to 2-3 years in prison yesterday.

Here’s the Globe story.

Check out this story in yesterday’s Globe about DeSouto, who was convicted by a Norfolk Superior Court jury of participating in an armed robbery more than 2 1/2 years ago, before he quit the street life. He was 17 at the time.

DeSouto was registered for the fall semester at Potomac State College in West Virginia.

The Globe had a good piece in February about how DeSouto was turning his life around. Check it out
here.

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Bad break for DeSouto

Check out this story in today’s Globe about former English High hoops star Alex DeSouto, who will be sentenced tomorrow after being convicted by a Norfolk Superior Court jury of participating in an armed robbery more than 2 1/2 years ago, before he quit the street life. He was 17 at the time.

DeSouto was registered for the fall semester at Potomac State College in West Virginia.

The Globe had a good piece in February about how DeSouto was turning his life around. Check it out
here.

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